Mornings. Everyone’s least favourite time of the day. Trains to catch, meetings to get to, things to be done. Heading into the day with a chaotic, unorganised routine can lead to a rushed, unproductive day.
You’ve sent out your first batch of enthusiastic cover letters and CVs, only to be met with zero responses That’s okay; it’s early days The second month of applying for jobs and still no success You’ll get....
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Growing up is something that we all have to deal with. However, usually it just happens, and you don’t even notice it until a big change is about to occur. Then you realise that the safe, secure world of education that you have become accustomed to is about to end and you’re going to have to embark on a new journey.
Going for a job interview shouldn’t feel like an interrogation and getting prepared for one shouldn’t feel like a chore. Here are five things you should always be prepared with at a job interview.
Faced with the daunting task of sending out multiple copies of your CV and cover letter to many different potential employers, you may be thinking of taking a few short-cuts to speed up the whole process. It can be tempting to send out the exact same generic CV copy to every single employer on your list...
Social media has undoubtedly become an entrenched and defining part of modern life. While in its conception it may have been a tool of purely social interaction, social media has evolved into a vital aspect of our working lives too.
Are you feeling like a fake? Perhaps you believe you don't deserve what you've achieved? 'Imposter' syndrome is a common phenomenon and can be a huge problem for grads just starting out in their careers.
Living in a bubble surrounded by similarly-struggling students, bad habits are easy to pick up. I'm talking about eating cereal for dinner, getting back into bed after the dreaded 9am and binge-watching an entire Netflix series just as dawn is about to break.
Leaving university can be a daunting time. Everything changes; getting a job is only hurdle number one. Many of the problems that come with starting real life and getting a job fall under the ‘work-life balance’ umbrella.